Tech Wrap: Google Meet gets grid view on iOS, Samsung Galaxy M12 launched
More tech news includes Facebook app returning on Microsoft Store and Spotify mobile app getting support for 12 Indian languages.
It was an interesting day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Samsung launched the Galaxy M12 smartphone in India. On the other hand, Google rolled out a new personalisation feature on Google Pay. In addition to that. In addition to that, Google rolled out grid view in the Google Meet app on iOS.
So, here's what happened in tech today:
Google Pay will let users delete transaction data
Google rolled out a new feature called “Personalisation within Google Pay'' in its payments platform. This feature will give users a broader set of controls to decide what happens to their Google Pay data. In addition to that, the company said that now users will be able to view and delete individual transactions and activity records.
Spotify mobile app gets support for 12 Indian languages
Spotify today announced that it is bringing support for 12 new Indian languages to its Spotify mobile app. The list includes Hindi, Gujarati, Bhojpuri, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, and Bengali.
Facebook app back on Microsoft Store
Almost a year after removing its Facebook desktop app for Windows 10 from the Microsoft Store, Facebook has made the app available to the users as a PWA. Users need to download the latest version of Microsoft Edge on Windows 10. Additionally, Windows 10 users will have to download Windows 10 version 19003.0 or higher to access this app.
Samsung Galaxy M12 launched in India
Samsung today launched the Samsung Galaxy M12. It starts at ₹10,999 for the base model. It also comes in another variant that is priced at ₹13,499. The smartphone will go on sale on March 18 at 12 pm via Samsung.com,
Google Meet gets grid view on iOS
Google Meet's web version has supported viewing meeting participants in a grid format for a while now, but mobile users could not, and the company has finally added the feature four years after Meet was first launched.